A total of N119.92 trillion worth of transactions were recorded on FMDQ OTC Securities Exchange in the first 10 months of this year.
Statistics from the company obtained by the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Lagos on Wednesday indicated that the figure was against the N104 trillion worth of transactions recorded in 2014.
The total value for this year included transactions in over-the-counter market in foreign exchange comprising Treasury Bills (TBs), bonds and money market derivatives, among others.
TBs were the most active, accounting for N42.13 trillion worth of transactions and were followed by repurchase agreements/buy-backs with N27.59 trillion worth of transactions.
Foreign exchange came third with N23.76 trillion worth, while unsecured placements/takings accounted for N11,19 trillion.
It was trailed by Federal Government bonds which had N8.73 trillion worth of transactions.
The report said that FMDQ Listings & Quotations admitted ₦17.71 billion worth of Nigerian Breweries Commercial Paper (CP), the first non-bank institution on its platform.
It said that the quotation of the NB PLC CP on FMDQ would provide investors with transparency, efficient price determination and improved liquidity.
FMDQ said it was committed to promoting an efficient, transparent and well regulated market to attract and retain domestic investors. (NAN)
Source : Leadership